Hi. I'm totally new to this kind of things, but I bought a Kevin Yank Book about PHP/mysql and started to rock.
I was doing everything on my own, but this stuff is just too hard for a beginner.
I looked everywhere trying to solve it on my own, but sorry I must ask you.
I have problem with connection to my sql database.
$link = mysqli_connect('localhost', 'root', 'xxxxxx');
$output = 'Nie można się połłączyć z serwerem bazy danych.';
if (!mysqli_set_charset($link, 'utf8'))
$output = 'Nie można ustanowić kodowania dla połączenia z bazą danych.';
if (!mysqli_select_db($link, 'ijdb'))
$output = 'Nie znaleziono bazy danych ijdb.';
$output = 'Nawiązano połączenie z bazą danych.';
and output.html.php :
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
<HTML xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="pl" lang="pl">
<TITLE>Dane wynikowe PHP</TITLE>
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html: charset=utf-8"/>
<?php echo $output; ?>
I think there are no errors in this code, but when I'm launching localhost/connect/index.php it's just nothing on the Firefox and on the IE it looks like this: Fatal error: Call to undefined function mysqli_connect() in C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\htdocs\connect\Index.php on line 2 ..... it's after 2 hours of thinking, first it was just error 500. Apache 2.2.16 is running, PHP 5.2.14 installed and mysql serwer on, checked it with Mysql administator.
Can someone help me?
//sorry for my English, I'm Polish but doing my best.
This is really one for the PHP forum, I think. But wait in case someone knows the answer.
It didn't work on my test set-up either, but I got
Warning: mysqli_connect() Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (10061) in .... line2
Nie mozna sie pollaczyc z serwerem bazy danych.
(Unable to connect to the database server. - google says its polaczyc not pollaczyc)
However, when I included in the mysqli_connect(.....) my database name and the port number 3307, and set the select_db to my database, I got
Nawiazano polaczenie z baza danych.
(I'm connected to the database.)
I don't like the OO approach, so I can't be sure why yours fails.
Try running phpinfo() and check that mysqli is listed as running or installed or whatever the word is.
narvany, run this script:
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
Look for "Loaded Configuration File" and open that file in Notepad. Look out in that file for two lines:
If either of them two lines have a ; in front of them then remove the ; and save the file. Then you'll need to restart the server.
On Windows, when you install newer versions of PHP, you're going to lack mysql_* functions.
The reason for this is because lib_mysql.dll isn't being loaded as mysqli is considered as more secure and advanced interface towards mysql. So, mysql_ functions have been left out. You'll need to copy lib_mysql.dll to your windows/system32 folder if I'm not mistaken and do the things SpacePhoenix mentioned. I might be wrong since it's been a few years since I've done this, but a bit of googling might help.
Note: if you're doing this on another OS, then I'm absolutely making a wrong guess so I apologize
Big thanks to all of you, problem is solved. There was nothing wrong with code, it was something wrong with instalation of apache and php, probably mysql modules. Re-installing helped.